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    Two brilliant photos, Rayyan. Where are they taken?

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    I do sir. I do. It is the utensils and the cinnamon and such that get left behind


    Different camera setups require different drinks to accompany them. No?

    Take care.
    As I understand it, coffee made that way is brewed immediately after roasting the beans. Brewing immediately after roasting gives the most intense flavor possible. A treat!

    The intense flavor of this coffee has something in common with the strong colors made by the camera in the image. It is good living to have both.

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    Thanks Tom for looking in.

    The flavor of this ( Turkish ) and other forms of Arabic coffee can be intense. And the aroma is mesmerizing to me as a coffee drinker.
    As for the camera...it is by modern technology standards very passe. As are the time old traditions of making our coffees.

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    As I understand it, coffee made that way is brewed immediately after roasting the beans. Brewing immediately after roasting gives the most intense flavor possible. A treat!

    The intense flavor of this coffee has something in common with the strong colors made by the camera in the image. It is good living to have both.

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    Thanks Jorgen and Steen.

    The images were taken in North Luzon, Philippines.

    Take care the both of you and stay well.

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    Two brilliant photos, Rayyan. Where are they taken?
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    The Nikon D850 with the 200-500mm lens is just terrific for sports photography.
    This image was taken under the lights with an ISO of 10,000 to enable me to achieve a shutter speed of 1250/sec to stop the action. Utilizing back button focus continuous along with only 72 focus points, 1600 images were shot following the action.I think all were in focus!
    Although I occasionally used a tripod, 90% of the images I shot were hand held.
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    A few more from Denmark. Church of Mariager. All with D850 and 19 mm PC Nikkor.
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    Thanks Tom for looking in.

    The flavor of this ( Turkish ) and other forms of Arabic coffee can be intense. And the aroma is mesmerizing to me as a coffee drinker.
    As for the camera...it is by modern technology standards very passe. As are the time old traditions of making our coffees.

    Best.
    I love Turkish coffee.

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    Two more from Portugal.
    1. Torre dos Clerigos, Porto. 5 image stitch, hand held. Zeiss 50 Makro.
    2. Colors of Portugal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Tom for looking in.

    The flavor of this ( Turkish ) and other forms of Arabic coffee can be intense. And the aroma is mesmerizing to me as a coffee drinker.
    As for the camera...it is by modern technology standards very passe. As are the time old traditions of making our coffees.

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    Old coffee traditions have great value. They were perfected when people had time to do preparation correctly and also had time to savor the results. I would like to learn more about Arabic coffee tradition if you are able to send a PM.

    People living on ultra-fast "Internet time" have no idea what they are missing. I learned this after retiring and learning to slow down and savor fine things -- like good coffee and good pictures. The most important thing is savoring life itself.

    I own a Leica M-P 240. It is the least automated camera I own and its electronic internals are dated, yet this camera has taught me more about taking pictures than any of the others. With almost no automation it requires lots of user input to get a decent picture. I took the time to learn what was needed and I savor the results. The results are what counts, not the camera.

    Savoring results was the bond between camera and coffee in your picture. There is a lot to think about in that image. Thanks for posting it.
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    Steen, thanks a lot


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    So we were sitting around the dormitory smoking and talking about, "What if we are but a small world inside of a much larger one?" Then my friend Horton though he heard something outside and asked, "Who?" while Gulliver swiftly made off with the stash.
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    We own two acres across the road from our home and rather than develop it or look at someone else's place we left it wild. I cut a winding trail that best uses the natural terrain ~ it's only 1/4 mile but you can loop it. Filled in a few low spots and have to cut the windfall and widow makers, plus grooming so now I appreciate all the effort trail makers put into much longer and complex endeavors.

    Mostly I bike it, it's a gentle mountain bike track and last year I bought a 29" mid-fat that feels like floating over the terrain. I've taken to riding it at night with lights and I also built some low hammerheads (1 to 3 feet) that are optional (they add quite a sense of exciting danger when you're 58 and brittle-boned coming off injuries).

    Nothing beats spooking deer.

    Snowshoeing or simply walking the dogs isn't bad either.

    Oh and the best part is I put an airgun lane right up the middle, with a picnic table and storage box on gravel and a variety of target situations (with backstops). I only use lower powered springers to keep it interesting (a pair of HW30s) after enjoying a fancy field target rig (RAW HM1000) that was so accurate that it got boring.

    As for photography, that 35/1.4 Milvus handles flare nicely wouldn't you say?
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    Well children...don't take notice..






    Nikon Df with Nikkor 135/2DC with no DC at iso280 1/1000 f2 through C1Pro11win




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    A few from Spain. First and last with the 14-24mm zoom, two others with 105mm Micro Nikkor. D850.
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    Summer greeting from morocco....





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    forgot this one..

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    Zeiss 100mm Makro man I love this lens!!! non focus stacked but I guess I could try that

    _DSC9291 by gungyduo, on Flickr

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